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    1. Hourman 61 months ago | reply

      Selective color has to have a damn good reason. You don't even have a lousy reason.

      -Voted "deleteme5" (by the Delete me! Group)

    2. katachthonios 61 months ago | reply

      I think this could have worked in all color, I mean I sort of get the reasoning, but it's not necessary/doesn't add.

      mind the gap.

      deleteme6

    3. j / f / photos 61 months ago | reply

      I like the play with the yellow line, but the overall effect is a bit tired.

      -voted as "deleteme7" (from the DeleteMe! group)

    4. Mr. Mark 61 months ago | reply

      i don't mind the desat job, but it can't save this otherwise lackluster photo from going down the tubes.

      -deleteme8

    5. Katja_DLaM 61 months ago | reply

      Erk. Not a fan of selective colour. Makes everything look like a Hallmark card.

      deleteme

    6. Jobbys 61 months ago | reply

      Bombed

      -Voted "deleteme10" (by the Delete me! Group)

    7. DeeMac 61 months ago | reply

      Missed this in the pool - I'd have voted saveme! Great shot and one where I think the selective colour works perfectly. Love the contrast of the vibrant, moving train with the static, colourless commuters!

    8. goobimama 61 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot!

    9. Vainsang 58 months ago | reply

      Great "tube" picture and rendering on the colors!


      I saw this in the 10+ Faves group and Faved it.

    10. go-mel 58 months ago | reply

      I like the movement!!!

    11. pixeljunkie_ 56 months ago | reply

      best subway shot ive seen ina while. Dont understand some people problem wit selective colour
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      Seen on flickriver.com ( ?² )

    12. mima... [deleted] 55 months ago | reply

      schick!

    13. melissa.seattle 51 months ago | reply

      This is an amazing shot and we'd like to use it on our website. How do I go about getting your permission?

    14. Matthias Rhomberg 51 months ago | reply

      dear melissa,

      please feel free to use this picture since I've licensed it w/ CC
      creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

      the only thing is that you have to mention my name and preferably link back to this picture here. if you're not okay with that and you want to buy the rights to this picture, just drop me a mail.

      if anyone uses my pictures on the web I always appreciate it if one comments on where it's being used. I just love to see my work in action :)

    15. melissa.seattle 51 months ago | reply

      Thank you! We will absolutely mention your name, and in about two months you may see it on mobiletranscript.com. I will check back regularly to see your work for, perhaps for more photos. You are an amazing photographer!

      Kind regards,
      Melissa

    16. RiOTPHOTOGRAPHY.com 51 months ago | reply

      super foto, sehr cool entwickelt!
      im mai bin i o in london den versuach i o so a "unscharf u-bahn foto"
      hosch scho a antwort kriagt vo getty?
      mfg!

    17. Matthias Rhomberg 51 months ago | reply

      vielen dank und viel spaß da oben, du kannst ja schon mal in wien üben! ;)

      bei getty hab ich noch nichts eingereicht. zu schwer ist die entscheidung, was. :o)

      lg

    18. d o l f i 47 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called CINEMATIK, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
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      Found in a search. ( ?² )

    19. Diz 2014 43 months ago | reply

      seen and admired in: CINEMATIK

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